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Applying to SMP before taking the MCAT

Discussion in 'Postbaccalaureate Programs' started by rotatedline, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. rotatedline

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    Hey everyone, I am curious if it is possible to send in my applications to SMP programs (ie Georgetown, Loyola, etc) before I have taken my MCAT. I plan on taking it in late March and would like to get my applications in well before then so I have a better chance. Thanks.
     
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  3. rama kandra

    rama kandra Actual Psychiatrist jk
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    +1 on the OP's question.
     
  4. KiwiBruin

    KiwiBruin People call me KB.
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    From what I gather, your application isn't complete until they get your MCAT scores. They will check it once your get your scores back. I am planning to take mine on May 2nd =*(
    You know they won't admit you without looking at your MCAT score first so I find it hard to believe you will be accepted without it. You can always try though ^^
     
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  5. garyinthehouse

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    i already have taken my mcat last may and I got a 27, but I want to take again and I know I can do better but I can take it april 18....the georgetown smp website says maximum april 7....

    what should I do?? :eek:

    thanks guys
     

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